Surrounded by idyllic mountain peaks, natural bushland, expansive vineyards, lush agricultural pastures, and crystal-clear streams brimming with trout – Tumbarumba enjoys a mountain climate, favoured for award-winning vineyards, grass-fed beef and lamb, blueberries bursting with favour, and plantation forestry. Rain falls mostly in winter and spring, perfect for the grapes destined to make up the region’s cold climate wines.
Jingellic is a peaceful village nested on the banks of the Murray River, offering idyllic spots for fishing, camping or paddling, and amazing views from the beer garden.
Khancoban lies at the south western edge of Kosciuszko National Park, on the Alpine Way, and provides an excellent base for enjoying a wide range of nature based activities.
Laurel Hill attracts visitors in every season, drawn by the beauty of Pilot Hill Arboretum, Lochinvar Picnic Area, and Laurel Hill Forest Lodge.
Rosewood has a distinctive charm all of its own. Only 23kms from Tumbarumba along the Wagga Road, Rosewood is home to Southern NSW’s first Rail Trail, a vibrant, revitalised track for walking and cycling that stretches from Albury Street Tumbarumba along the historical rail corridor to McEachern Lane in Rosewood.
Tooma is a tiny village in a breathtaking valley, on the Snowy Valleys Way between Tumbarumba and Corryong.